Traditional Lamb Haggis
Traditional Lamb Haggis

Traditional Lamb Haggis

4.71 out of 5 based on 7 customer ratings
7 Customer reviews
  • Made in the USA
  • 14.5 oz. Can
  • Traditional Lamb Haggis
  • Authentic Taste


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Traditional Lamb Haggis

Lamb is not quite as suited to American palates as beef, but tends to be more traditional in haggis recipes. We have found that most customers end up liking the lamb haggis better than the beef. Try them both and let us know what you think! The boys and I have graduated on to the Hard-core haggis, but the traditional lamb has remained Lorie’s favorite. 14.5 ounce can. Made in the USA.

  • Made in the USA
  • 14.5 oz. Can
  • Traditional Lamb Haggis
  • Authentic Taste

We carry three different types of haggis: Traditional Lamb Haggis, Hardcore Haggis, and Highland Beef Haggis. If you’ve got a Burns Night (aka Burns supper) to attend, or just really love haggis, consider saving some cash on our 12 can listings of Lamb, Hardcore, or Beef.

Ingredients: Water, lamb, hydrated pin oats, beef liver, refined beef suet, onion powder, onions, salt, kitchen bouquet (caramel color (sulfites), water vegetable base (water, carrots, celery, cabbage, onion, parsley, turnips, parsnips), less than 2% of: spices, salt, sodium benzonate as a preservative), spices

Nutritional Facts:

Serving Size: 4oz
Servings Per Container: about 4

Calories Per Serving: 330     Calories from Fat: 190

Total Fat: 21g
Cholesterol: 90mg
Sodium: 187mg
Total Carbohydrate: 21g
Protein: 14g

Please note- Due to a manufacturer error, some cans state the calories per serving as 30 – this is NOT miracle haggis! We are working to correct this. The calories per serving are indeed 330.

7 reviews for Traditional Lamb Haggis

  1. Alastair McIntyre

    I was on the original tasting panel when this product was being developed. It’s actually won awards in Scotland. As Haggis is a little peppery best eaten the traditional way with mashed yellow turnip and mashed potatoes. I also like a slice of it with breakfast

  2. John Daynes

    This is the best stuff I’ve ever tasted! I thought I’d try it just for fun, and it has turned into something I could devour with every meal! I especially like it with an egg on top – like corned beef hash, but with 1,000 times more flavor! I’ve got to buy this in quantity!

  3. Michael C

    I loved it,thought it was great..I loved it so much that I sent another order for some is surprising how much is in the can..

  4. Leah J

    It was the smallest can of Haggis I’ve ever seen! But since nobody really eats a lot of Haggis, the small can went further than what I thought it would. Tastes like Haggis. You be the judge of good or bad!

  5. Richard

    Not everyone at work is a scottsman or scottish back ground, but most like this one
    helped me to remember my trips to scotland and seeing family

  6. Stefanie D

    My husband and son and I all thought this was quite good. I was not expecting to like it, but I actually did! I was surprised at how much was in one can. We saved the second can to have for breakfast sometime – I do think it would be good with eggs.

  7. Chris D

    Outside of Scotland, this is probably the best tasting Haggis I have had. The texture is identical and the taste is delicious. This is great introduction to Haggis.

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